Afterwards, copy BeLight in the same folder as BeSweet and load it.
The input files supported by BeLight are AC3, WAV, OGG, MP2, MP3, AVI, VOB, LST and MUX. After conversion, you will get the following file formats: AAC, MP2, MP3, MP4, OGG, AIFF and WAV.
BeLight retains most of the features of BeSweet, and it adds new functions, too, such as delaying detection for input files; several presets for the AAC, MP2, MP3, AC3, OGG and WAV formats; the mux file wizard and the file list creator.
Just like BeSweet and BeSweetGUI, this application is portable, too, which means you don’t have to install it to your computer and modify the Windows registry, and it supports plugins.
Besides conversion, with BeLight you can perform other operations as well: changing bitrate, channel, quality, sampling rate, tempo and pitch or setting priorities. All these are possible by using a more friendly and intuitive interface and with little effort.
BeLight is more advanced than its predecessors, and some of its added features are: supporting AVI as input file, new priority threads, updated Lame and Vorbis libraries, removing the Nero Bundle dlls encoder, updated presets, bitrate management for OGG, AC3 and MP2 and added new encoders (AAC, AC3 and FLAC).
If you want to enjoy the features of BeSweet at the most advanced level and using a more accessible interface, BeLight is definitely the best choice for you. This application maintains the advantages of the previous versions, while offering significant improvements at the same time.
In order to use BeLight, you need to download BeSweet and extract the files from the archive.